|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||いいえ|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||11.7 x 4.6 x 14.5 cm|
|梱包サイズ||11.68 x 4.57 x 14.48 cm|
|商品の寸法 幅 × 高さ||11.7 x 4.6 x 14.5 cm|
Intel SSD 120GB SATA 2.5inch MLC w/Cable Retail K SSDSA2MH120G2K5
Boxed Intel SSD 120GB SATA 2.5
Transcend SSD 120GB 2.5インチ SATA3 6Gb/s 3D TLC NAND採用 3年保証 TS120GSSD220S
シリコンパワー SSD 128GB 3D TLC NAND採用 SATA3 6Gb/s 2.5インチ 7mm 3年保証 A55シリーズ SP128GBSS3A55S25
グリーンハウス SSD 120GB 内蔵2.5インチ シリアルATA-III (6Gb/s)対応高速モデル 3年保証 GH-SSDR2SA120
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|HDD容量(GB)||120 GB||120 GB||128 GB||120 GB||120 GB|
|パッケージ寸法||14.73 x 11.68 x 5.07 cm||14.29 x 11.59 x 2.59 cm||15.99 x 12.49 x 0.99 cm||11.29 x 9.19 x 2.09 cm||22.79 x 17.69 x 1.49 cm|
|パッケージの重さ||385.56 グラム||98.00 グラム||60.00 グラム||50.00 グラム||70.00 グラム|
Xbench Version 1.3
System Version 10.6.7 (10J869)
Physical RAM 4096 MB
Drive Type INTEL SSDSA2M120G2GC
Uncached Write 107.24 MB/sec [4K blocks]
Uncached Write 97.36 MB/sec [256K blocks]
Uncached Read 41.05 MB/sec [4K blocks]
Uncached Read 207.37 MB/sec [256K blocks]
Uncached Write 16.41 MB/sec [4K blocks]
Uncached Write 100.85 MB/sec [256K blocks]
Uncached Read 10.70 MB/sec [4K blocks]
Uncached Read 176.22 MB/sec [256K blocks]
手順ですが、Data Migration Softwareは使用せず、次の手順で移行完了しました。
CrystalDiskMark 3.0.1 (C) 2007-2010 hiyohiyo
Crystal Dew World : [...]
* MB/s = 1,000,000 byte/s [SATA/300 = 300,000,000 byte/s]
Sequential Read : 260.710 MB/s
Sequential Write : 118.336 MB/s
Random Read 512KB : 197.746 MB/s
Random Write 512KB : 109.353 MB/s
Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 21.351 MB/s [ 5212.8 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 33.281 MB/s [ 8125.2 IOPS]
Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 157.103 MB/s [ 38355.1 IOPS]
Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 70.558 MB/s [ 17226.0 IOPS]
Test : 1000 MB [C: 21.6% (24.2/111.8 GB)] (x5)
Date : 2011/02/28 4:41:22
OS : Windows 7 [6.1 Build 7600] (x86)
PC : 自作Corei7 920 2.67Mhz Mem.3GB
Before I bought two of these SSD drives I was thinking of putting them in RAID 0, but I am glad I kept them configured as single drives because they are plenty fast, and this way it can take take advantage of the Win7 TRIM command to maintain the drive memory cells after writes (currently it's not possible to use TRIM in a RAID configuration). Think of TRIM as the SSD housekeeping issue - much different from defrag on mechanical drives, but both types of drives need their respective automatic maintenance.
If you can't decide on what part of the computer to upgrade - try this first! It may be that the hard drive is really the bottleneck, as I discovered. 120GB is a good capacity for a boot drive. A full featured Windows 7 install along with a few applications typically uses up around 30GB or more.
This package comes with a 2.5" to 3.5" bracket, a SATA cable, a short power cable, various mounting screws, and a CD guide.
1. Start the computer from power off to Windows Login screen in 30 Seconds
2. After I enter the password, the desktop is the with 90 Processes in my Task manager all started in another 15 seconds.
3. I can start MS Outlook 2007, Firefox Browser with 6 tabs saved, Start Excel with a document I uses, Start MS Visual Studio 2008 all in another 15 seconds
4. total of the above 1 minute or less
5. I can start 2 virtual server machines and continue browsing the Internet and working on other open applications
6. I can start 2 parallel video transcoding session using AnyVideoConverter Free edition from Quicktime to AVI
7. ALl of the above running in less than 2 minutes from power ON and the system is busy with CPU near 99% but still very responsive to work and switch between my open applications
do you thing this is possible with regular Hard Drive? My answer IS Big NOOOOOOOOOO
the above would have taken around 20 minutes to finish on the same laptop with regular Hard Drive
Intel SSD 120GB is a big step in the computing experience
I recommend it to any serious computer user as a first option upgrade to a new experience in computing
On the downside, I've already found that 120GB is not a lot of space, especially when using BootCamp. I have my OSX/Win7 split 40/80 and there is barely enough room for my iTunes library, StarCraft II and video editing on the Windows side.
Just a couple notes if you have a MacBook:
- To replace the MacBook drive, I used a precision Philips screwdriver to remove the bottom of the mac (be careful about not mixing up the screws as some are different lengths) and a Torx T-6 bit to remove the special screw/peg things to mount the SSD to the Mac's rubber drive mounts.
- Also don't forget to transfer the plastic sticky tab that helps you pull up the drive to your new drive.
- I don't think Snow Leopard 10.6.7 supports TRIM (a wear-leveling SSD thing to make the drive last longer and perform better), so you'll have to wait until Lion comes out. Win7 supports it though.
The drive itself works great. I was expecting high-performance but am still amazed at just how fast this thing flies. I purchased this drive to replace a 500GB, 5400rpm drive on a brand new Acer laptop. The bootup time using the OEM hard drive was 1 minute 15 seconds. Replacing w/ SSD reduced it to 20 seconds. (this is for an out-of-the-box Acer Windows 7 Home Premium installation, before I removed the bloatware and installed any of my own programs). I have since installed many programs and also added Truecrypt whole-disk encryption (a cautionary note: this is not recommended for SSDs due to wear concerns, but personally I'm comfortable with the risk), and performance is still excellent, bootup time is still < 25 seconds including loading several startup programs such as Google Desktop, Skype, etc.
Overall no issues, still as fast as my past ssd, with very good reads, the weak point of this ssd is writes which are around 110 mg/s, not as fast as today 3 gen of ssds (vertex3, crucial c300/c400, intel 510, etc), but for me the most important aspect in any pc component its that its reliable and stable. The X25m has been perfect more than a year for me, so its record in most mayor retailers, all manufacturers are moving to 25nm nad to make it cheaper, some are publishing the 34nm nad will last longer, other that they have better algorithms and firmware to make 25nm nad as reliable, but nothing is certain as the new drives still have to prove themselves to the market, so out of this alone, for someone that values more reliability over speed, my suggestion is go with this drive.
I have used a few other brands and the Intel units behave the best for speed and BIOS recognition.
I have been upgrading all my computers with an SSD. Laptops especially as the amount of power needed to run these is much less than a drive with moving parts.
Let me be very clear. All new computers should use an SSD as their main drive (where the OS resides). The difference is not even worth examining closely. It is night and day. If you are buying a new computer this purchase is a must. Like most of us that need more storage then this drives capacity just purchase a standard hard drive for you data.
It is very sad that most major computer brands only offer this in their premium lines.
I am a professional computer consultant and every client I had get into this SSD always thanks me. Get an SSD and forget waiting for anything to load up; click and it's there.
MSI P67 LGA1155 B3/DDR3/SATA3 and USB3.0 / A & GbE / ATX Motherboard P67A-GD65 (B3)
G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) Ripjaws X Series DDR3 2133MHz (PC3 17000) 240-Pin Desktop Memory Model F3-17000CL9D-4GBXL
Intel Core i7-2600K Processor 3.4GHz 8 MB Cache Socket LGA1155
DM-1000 CoolIT Domino A.L.C. Cooler CPU LIQUID COOLING SYSTEM
Sapphire Radeon HD 5770 Vapor-X 1 GB DDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card 100283VXL
SOURCE MUSTIFF 550W pure power source excellent quality is cheap does not heat, have burned several 3 hot full power when the action begins smoke comes from the source. Playing Crisis 3 and 2 and 1 multiplayer, call of dutty all series, Dead Space 3 and 2 assassin creed 4
March 3 burned source and a hard disk drive Western Digital 1tb dish are bad for play and resovi the problem
new component 2011
MUSTIFF POWER SUPPLY 550W and Intel X25-M 120 GB Solid State Drive with Internal SATA and Power Cables MLC Flash Technology, 2.5-Inch Form Factor until this day 2013 everything works fine
June 2013 is coming'll G.SKILL 4GB memory replacement on a .. Kingston ValueRAM 4 32GB Kit (4x8GB Modules) 1333MHz PC3-10666 DDR3 ECC Reg CL9 DIMM DR x4 KVR13R9D4K4/32 1.5v Memory Motherboard
P67A-GD65 (B3) + (Kingston ValueRAM 32GB) SQUEEZE PLAY THIS IS NOT YOUR MACHINE
I have in mind later this component transforms finish
ADATA S510 120GB SandForce SATA III 6 GB / s 2.5-inch Solid State Drive AS510S3-120GM-C
MSI nVidia GeForce GTX580 1536 MB DDR5 PCI-Express 2DVI/HDMI/Disp layPort Video Card N580GTX LIGHTNING
Motherboard P67A-GD65 (B3) begins fallla pay and without any control latches Overclocking casus up bios settings ect .. ago as a conflict turns on and off uncontrollably. has a trick,
removing the bios battery when the machine gets this prendidad see blue bulb is 6 ignition internal Motherboard machine you put the battery pinned species makes a short stop is reset bios back to normal shutdown
MSI overclocking tournament series 6
MSI Global - Motherboard - Big Bang - Marshal (B3)
This kit is nice for the extras it comes with. Some versions of the X25-M come OEM-style, where you simply get the drive. This one does include the extra 3.5" mounting bracket.
I bought this drive to use as the OS + Games drive for my desktop. One interesting thing I observed since buying this drive... I don't really notice huge benefits from it. Don't get me wrong, it definitely makes my computer boot up 50% faster, and programs load faster as well. It's just that a 15s boot time doesn't feel THAT much different than a 25s one. Also, I think Windows 7 already does a good job of compensating for slow HDDs with all of its caching tricks.
One area that I have noticed an improvement is in my World of Warcraft load times. Before, if I logged into a busy city, everyone was invisible for a good 15-20s while the textures finish loading. With the SSD, not only are the load screens shorter, but I see other players almost immediately.
Overall I'm happy with the purchase, although if I had to do it again, I'd probably wait for the prices to come down with the 3rd generation drives.
FYI, if you download the Intel SSD Toolbox, you might have problems performing a Secure Erase, depending on your BIOS. Some motherboards have strict lockdowns on HDs to prevent tampering with HD passwords. Even after trying every trick I could find online, I couldn't get it to erase properly. Although it's probably a moot point, with TRIM support and garbage collection.
The most noticeable thing is how much faster the boot time is. Second is how fast large memory hog programs like Photoshop start. Installing software is fast too.
You may not think 120GB is big enough. Well it is plenty big. One thing I do with all my computers is leave the C: drive for the OS, programs, temp and pagefile and such. I put all my downloads, photos, videos, music and whatever on a separate partition or in this case a separate drive.
I found that not having the bios search for a floppy drive meant there was not enough time for the drive to be ready and I had boot failures at first. Having the bios look for the the floppy delayed the boot enough for the drive to be ready. No more boot failures since. Other than that I have had no problems and recommend this drive.
My Win 7 experience rating is 6.9 on this 2.5 yr old home built slightly overclocked PC. Graphics is the slowest at 6.9 This SSD rated at 7.3, CPU 7.5 and 9GB of Memory at 7.7. I think my old Raptor hard Drive rated in the mid 5's and was the bottleneck of the system.
120 GB's (really 111 GB's) is plenty of space for personal use. I currently have most of the programs I use, tons of family pictures, & documents, & still have 25 GB's of free space. Which nice for the occasional video project to edit. I don't recommend getting an 60 GB, things are pretty crammed on my laptop. If you're pressed for money, then go for an 80GB & save you pictures & videos on a secondary hard drive. It's great though to have all that stuff on the fast SSD.
I bought this SSD Dec, 2010 for $230. As of now, it is still working strong. (I'll edit this review otherwise if anything changes.)
Great performance on my major programs and projects- Photoshop CS5 and Premier- giving me much better read write speeds.
I have had a few crashes however. Still trying to nail down the cause- perhaps some of my power/maintenance settings are trying to treat it like an HDD and this is causing the problem?
Haven't had an untwoard number of crashes, and recovery has always been easy, painless and quick. So, it's not flawless, but even with the ocassional crash it's miles ahead of an HDD for my boot drive.